Art: Simple Things

Sixty-two-year-old Artist Leon Dabo is well known to the older art-critics and active women's club members of the U. S. Before the War he was ubiquitous; his paintings were bought by such museums as the Luxembourg at Paris, the Imperial at Tokyo, the National at Ottawa, the National at Washington, the Metropolitan at Manhattan, the Fine Arts at Boston. He was acquainted with the great & famed everywhere. Since the War he has been shy about his paintings but bold about his conviction that while U. S. men are growing more material-minded,...

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